Pretty Excited! I’ve been featured on the MAKE it in DESIGN blog today. Thank you so much! It definitely made my day !!! !
I’m feeling so very grateful to Rachael Taylor and Beth Kempton and their ABSPD course! I’ve taken all three modules so far and currently doing module 4 and I’ve learned so much from them and my classmates and I would say it was the best investment I made towards going forward with my business dream! Without this course the patterns which you now can find in the Surface Pattern Design Guide 2014 would not be there! Big THANKS to you!
And the magazine is out now! Click here to read it online where you can find me on page 59! So many others of my classmates are in there too!
The print version will be released in April and I’m super happy that in May 2014 it will make it’s way into the hands of visitors at the big trade show Surtex in New York! Isn’t that wonderful!
I’m so happy to know that at least some of my work will be there instead of myself:-)
I’ve been featured on the student showcase today on the makeitindesign blog.
All the 3 modules of the ABSPD courses have really inspired me to start my own business and get my label ‘Perunoto’ out into the world!
I was so excited and happy when I got the email from the Uppercase Magazine a few days ago which say that I’ll be included in the upcoming Surface Pattern Design Guide in issue #21! The issue will be released in early April to all the subscribers and stockists worldwide. Also a limited amount of copies will be sent to Surtex, which runs from May 18 to the 20th in New York City. And I am included in the magazine, how cool is that!
This is the first time for me to be featured somewhere and it just feels so great to be given credit for all my hard work lately. I feel so proud to have been selected! I was thrilled… I jumped around…and danced around!
You can subscribe to the magazine to get your copy. I share my special code with you where you will get $15 off a subscription. Follow this link and input this code at checkout to get the discount: “USPDG2014“.
Here’s a video about the upcoming guide: